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Dependent page layouts - data rules to show, hide, or make fields/sections req'd

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There are times when it would be ideal to show different fields or sections on a page based on field data. For example, if a field for "software interest" is selected on a lead page, it would be nice if a section and/or fields related to capturing more information on "Software" is displayed. If the field is not selected, then this section and/or fields remain hidden. Allowing greater customization on the page level based on data rules would make for more manageable and targeted page layouts.

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  • Vin Addala - 2 months ago

    Thank you, Trailblazer, for helping us shape our product roadmap. This idea was part of a feature we asked you to prioritize and prioritize you did! During our roadmap planning, we confirmed the dependencies required to deliver this idea and found some that affect our original estimate of when this idea will be delivered. We’re starting to work on this idea, but now anticipate it to be generally available in Winter '21.

    If we have any other significant updates, we’ll post them here. In the meantime, you can learn more about Prioritization and how you can continue to shape Salesforce products at https://sfdc.co/IDXrGroup
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